Mystery solved. Mostly.
The second mystery is just where said churn dash block pieces have gone...
Mystery of the missing churn dash block pieces remains unsolved.
You may have gotten a giggle out of seeing Miss Bella's 'moosa-moosa' toy in that photo that Tish sent her last spring, and if you're observant, you'll see a nylabone by the cow blocks...the fur kids are so happy to be back in their southern sewing room. Their northern one got sold a couple of months ago, and they don't have a new one in place yet, so it's been good to leave that stress and nonsense behind in their opinion. (might be in mine as well)
This helped assuage some of the stresses we've all been experiencing over the past oh, 4-5 months:
|Large bodies of water, like the Gulf, or Lake Erie, soothe my soul in short order|
|Florida welcoming committee!|
Cheryl's Midnight Mystery from last year is nearing completion. Bella is helping as usual!
Free-Motion Motifs for Classic Blocks, which I hope to review in short order for you. So far it's excellent, and I've already put into use one of Natalia's early-on tips.
Craftsy is the final mystery, but with a good ending, in this post. Like many affiliates, I was surprised, and pretty annoyed, when they changed, and not for the better, the commission schedule, like why would you do that to those who help sell your product? It's a mystery, well not much of one: greenbacks, not green tree frogs are the answer here. You may have noticed I haven't written a lot about current deals or goings-on with them. However, they listened to their affiliates! They've reneged on the cutbacks, something I'm, for obvious reasons, pretty impressed with, and happy about. Another mystery with them is how to find out how many of my patterns have been downloaded; I was hoping to have a celebration of sorts as I had surpassed 2500 downloads on my free pattern, Pocketful of Sunshine. It is still being downloaded at least once a day, but I no longer get emails when someone 'buys' it. Weird.
You've probably by now got the email in your inbox about their Black Friday sale that started yesterday and lasts until Monday, at midnight MST. (Like wow, that's an extended time, right?!) This is the lowest price I've seen on classes since I bought my first one in 2013! All classes $17.99!! You can check out some of my class reviews here. Pretty much anything taught by Angela Walters is totally worth it. I've watched and rewatched them many many times.
As for kits and supplies there is up to 70% off quilting and sewing projects, again the highest reduction I've seen. Remember I made the Three-Quarter Patch tote earlier this year? 55% off right now.
This one caught my eye too, and it's 60% off:
Or what about an entire quilt for about $5 more?! (under $25CA)
If you want to treat yourself, then look at this deal on an Alison Glass sun prints quilt! 50% off this beauty:
All right, off to munch on pizza and watch/listen to/take notes on Natalia's class. :-) Thanks so much for reading my blog, and for your purchases, if you click through any of the Craftsy links. I do get a commission on classes AND (yay) kits and supplies. ;-)
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